Columbus County Schools has lost 110 students in the past year, Superintendent Deanne Meadows told school board members at their Monday meeting. Meadows presented a spreadsheet showing 5,067 students in kindergarten through 12th grade (13th grade at CCCA), compared to 5,177 a year ago.
The state projected an enrollment of 5,284, but CCS has
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